Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Author Spotlight - Nick Wilford's "Black & White" Trilogy


Today I am delighted to announce the upcoming release of the second book in
Nick Wilford’s ‘Black & White’ trilogy. 'Corruption' will be available February 11, 2019. I reviewed the first tale here, and now I’m happy to announce that book #1 has a new cover and is now available as permafree.

Blurb: Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible have found themselves in a position where they can make their native land somewhere that lives up to its name: Harmonia. However, they’re setting their sights further afield for their number one task: eradicating the disease that has plagued the neighbouring country of Loretania for generations and allowed the privileged Harmonians to live in a sterile environment.

After dispatching a team of scientists to Loretania, armed with cratefuls of an antidote and vaccine and headed up by their friend, Dr George Tindleson, Welles, Ez, and Welles’s brother Mal – who grew up in that benighted nation – start to worry when they hear nothing back, despite what they had agreed. Commandeering a fishing boat to follow the science team over the sea, they soon find that, while the disease may be on the way out, a new kind of infection has set in – the corruption they thought they had stamped out in Harmonia.

Can they get to the root of the problem and eradicate it before even more damage is done to an innocent people?

*** Warning – this book contains themes that some sensitive readers may find upsetting. ***

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Black & White (Black & White #1)
Cover Design: Germancreative

Blurb: 
What is the price paid for the creation of a perfect society?

In Whitopolis, a gleamingly white city of the future where illness has been eradicated, shock waves run through the populace when a bedraggled, dirt-stricken boy materialises in the main street. Led by government propaganda, most citizens shun him as a demon, except for Wellesbury Noon – a high school student the same age as the boy.

Upon befriending the boy, Wellesbury feels a connection that he can’t explain – as well as discovering that his new friend comes from a land that is stricken by disease and only has two weeks to live. Why do he and a girl named Ezmerelda Dontible appear to be the only ones who want to help?

As they dig deeper, everything they know is turned on its head – and a race to save one boy becomes a struggle to redeem humanity.

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Have you read any good books lately?

PS My apologies to Nick Wilford as I made a mistake and didn't post yesterday as planned.

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12 comments:

  1. Thank you, Darla! And don't worry about being late. I don't mind the promo spreading over a couple of days! ;)

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    1. You're awesome. Thanks for giving me this honor.

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  2. Wow...that sounds like an interesting book...No illness, I WOULD LOVE THAT. HAHA. I am in the mist of reading a book by Candance Bure. Full Houses DJ. She is a good actress also. Having a hard time sitting an reading though, the dog, the cat and the internet seems to get in my way. Right now it is hard to type this cause I am watching the furbabes play. They are so funny. Even after all this time I find it so COOL that my dog and cat love to play together. Yes, I was also not paying attention when I posted my blog and you should know by now that I never proof raed....I mean READ! haha...I did proof reading of boring crap working in the printing division and that did it to me! haha...THanks for sticking with me all the times I commented on your blog that you never saw. APPLE and blogspot just don't play pretty together.

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    1. I adore your comments, and your blog posts. I think it's super cool your pets play together, unlike Apple and Blogspot. ~grin~ Hope your pain and fatigue are at low levels today!

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  3. It's good to catch stragglers with posting on different days :)

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    1. Thank you for the kind words over my goof. Heh... Take care!

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  4. Sounds like a great read and you sure do a fine job of reviewing. Just so you know.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  5. Great review. Sounds like something my hubby would like.

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  6. I read the first book in the series and enjoyed it very much. Looking forward to the next one.

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    1. Awesome! I'm tickled that you enjoyed his well crafted story. Be well!

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